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Dave V
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I didn't see much that I'd considered "ground breaking" but they did disturb the top soil a bit. His one "gutsy" move is just that. Not sure it would ever really fly with an attentive audience, but I haven't really tried it yet.

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Tom G
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I'd have to agree with Dave's review...

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Sean Piper
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One of the best shell workers I've ever seen is Phil Cass from Sydney, Australia. I've seen him get a good 45 minutes out of the shells, and there's never a dull moment!!!

His routine has just been re-released on DVD.
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william the 3rd
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I am interesed in getting this e-book can anyone post a link to purchase it?
Ragman
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http://www.magicjax.com/newsite/downloads.html

This should take you to it if it does not pull up the right page look through downloadable magic.
Al Kazam the Magic Man
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Everytime I tried to download the file, it just went back to the home page. It seems that the three shell routine is not downloadable at the moment.

All the best,

JoJo
Al Kazam --> Magic guy in Perth Australia
william the 3rd
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I got this e-book and went through it. I have to say it is very good well worth the $10.00 I paid for it. It is full of ideas and a few full routines. When I started doing the three shell game I had no idea there was this much stuff that could be done.
If you are new to the shell game this is for you. I am going to rearrange my game to make use a of a number of ideas in this book.
I found it here,

http://www.magicjax.com/newsite/3shell.html
willdon magic
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I was told to look into the shell game as it might be ok with the three card monte. I did buy this book "Hanxamean approach to the three shell game" it is really got some great ideas in it. It starts off for a beginner like me and moves into some really great routines.
I really like the routine where the walnut shell melt back together into a whole walnut in the spectators hand.
I can see I will have to do some real practice before doing this routine for anyone.
willdon magic
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I was told to look into the shell game as it might be ok with the three card monte. I did buy this book "Hanxamean approach to the three shell game" it is really got some great ideas in it. It starts off for a beginner like me and moves into some really great routines.
I really like the routine where the walnut shell melt back together into a whole walnut in the spectators hand.
I can see I will have to do some real practice before doing this routine for anyone.
willdon magic
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I have been working with this book for a while and have put together a shell routine and it is really getting great response if you do not have this you should. it is a great way to build a routine if you are a beginner.
It was made so easy I have been able to perform my routine for a while now because the book made it so easy to learn.
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